Hear from a panel of experts on keeping your kids safe on the road.
To help get Australia moving, Transurban is giving Linkt customers across Australia multiple chances to win prizes as part of Transurban's efforts to support the national COVID-19 vaccine roll out.
There are now over two million Linkt accounts in Queensland, so you’re in great company. To celebrate this exciting milestone, we wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for being Linkt.
The following tolls and fees will increase in line with the Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) on 1 July 2021*.
Brisbane City Council has announced the Go Between Bridge Toll Credit Scheme for local residents in the 4101 post-code, to ease the construction impacts associated with major projects in the area. Eligible residents can receive $100 of Linkt tolling credit on their account which can be used on all toll roads, including the Go Between Bridge.
Tolls for travel on AirportlinkM7 in Brisbane will be adjusted in line with the annual Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) from 1 January 2021.
The following tolls will be adjusted in line with the Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) on 1 July 2020, while AirportLinkM7 tolls won’t change until 1 January 2021. This annual adjustment is set at BCPI for the life of Transurban Queensland’s franchise agreement with the State Government and concession deeds with the Brisbane City Council.‡
In the interests of the health and safety of the public, our employees and our volunteers, it is with heavy hearts that we confirm the Herald Sun/Transurban Run for The Kids on Sunday March 29 will be cancelled this year.
We're here to help if you have been impacted by the current bushfire emergency.
Tolls for travel on AirportlinkM7 in Brisbane will be adjusted in line with the annual Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) from 1 January 2020.